Blue Marlin Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... much fun to be had at the 'House of Rock'. The live music a big hit with Maestro, even if the Portuguese accented tribute of 'Wonderwall' left us wanting.
And so the days were filled with lazy mornings, big breakfasts (although not quite so indulgent as Rio...) and interspersed pool time and hammock time with trips around the peninsula on which Buzios sits, in none other than our own buggy. A metamorphosis of a golf buggy and a jeep, our ...
... Children sell beer in the streets. Nearly every inch of Lapa is considered a urinal and pickpockets abound, preying on the loads of tourists that pour into the city.
We couchsurfed with a local girl, who provided us with a bed, a guide, and great tips on how to handle ourselves in the infamous city, notorious for its chaos and crime. She actually hosted two Polish soldiers on top of the two of us, who were quite a handful. I´ve never seen anyone drink 80+ ...
... as a translator as she speaks very good english and me and her end up becoming pretty good friends. Debora and I chill on the wall lining the beach joking around as much as possible considering the language barrier. We go back to Joana´s and I end up falling asleep on the couch in Debora´s lap. I end up going home around 9am and Debora tells me she likes me a lot, but you know this is doomed from the get go. Anyways, what a great ...
Everything is still closed. Getting a little worried about my flight since I was going to leave this week. A bus is 20 hours. I have done more but only if I have to. The ferry is working so I go across the bay to Nitaroi. The ferry and the waterfront offer great views of the Rio skyline. I am so beat that I am in bed by ...
... this had turned into a food and shopping extravaganza. We booked into the top French restaurant in town - on the 38th floor of the Le Meridien hotel overlooking the Copacobana beach. With 15 pound glasses of champagne it wasn't cheap...but what the hell...the trip had to end some time so it might as well end with a bang. Next stop...Sao Paolo...then Santiago...then Aukland...then Sydney...then finally back to ...